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Job Purpose:
Risk Specialist (2nd Line) required to join an international life company in a permanent role on the Isle of Man. You are primarily the Risk Advisor supporting the Head of Risk and Chief Risk Officer, in the provision of effective 2nd line oversight.

Key Responsibilities:
Manage the day-to-day relationship between ourselves and the Central Risk function.
Assist our management team to identify and understand any risk drivers.
Take effective action and make appropriate business decisions.
Responsible for overseeing 1st line risk and event capture, escalation and reporting and advising on risk and control assessments.
Supporting the embedding and development of Business Risk Profiles.
Manage a small team of Risk Analysts.

Skills & Experience:
Experienced Risk Professional with hand son experience of enterprise risk management and risk capital management.
Qualification in Risk Management or similar discipline (e.g. Financial Crime) you have a firm grasp of financial products.
Experience of defining and delivering MI.
Reporting and getting involved in risk assurance activities.
Used to engaging with, and influencing, IT experts and business stakeholders to develop robust and value adding risk management IT and reporting solutions.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Senior Administrator required within the Business Control department of a financial services provider, primarily to supervise and be responsible for regulatory and Wealth International requirements in managing and controlling risk exposure arising within Banking.

Key Responsibilities:
Accurately monitor Risk & Compliance following the banks policies and procedures
Assist with the administration of Operational and Anti-Money Laundering Risks within the business to ensure that the bank is not exposed to unacceptable levels of risk and report any significant issues to management.
Undertake client reviews
Assist in the review of account holders that have been flagged by the sanction / PEP monitoring software.
Assist with cases involving fraud/attempted fraud.
Assist with Operational and Anti-Money Laundering Risk monitoring for the bank.
Maintain an awareness and comply with all Anti Money Laundering laws, regulations, policies and procedures relevant to the bank.

Skills & Experience:
Ideally, a minimum of 3 years financial services experience, preferably in a Risk, AML or Compliance department, with a thorough understanding of Anti-Money Laundering and Operational Risk matters.
Has a controlling impact on end results.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time hours and competitive salary.


Job Purpose:
Compliance Manager required to join an international life company in a permanent position based on the Isle of Man. As manager you will be responsible for the implementation of the compliance programs on the area of monitoring and oversight, including managing a team of 6 staff.

Key Responsibilities:
Responsible for all aspects of regulatory change, including analysis and implementation.
Managing, supporting, coaching and developing a team of 6.
Subject matter expert in providing advice and guidance to management and employees on matters relating to regulatory risk.
Establish, enhance and implement relevant compliance policies and procedures.
Manages compliance with Data Protection regulations and registrations.


Skills & Experience:
Extensive compliance monitoring and oversight experience within financial services.
Hold or working towards a compliance qualification.
Extensive experience of the Isle of Man FSA regulatory environment.
Possess excellent verbal and written communications skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Excellent contract opportunity for an experienced professional that holds a recognised accountancy qualification or compliance qualification to join an established public sector division.. The role holder will be responsible for supporting the Director of Finance in the management and delivery of the department's financial governance, with specific responsibility for reviewing the recent changes in the Isle of Man's Financial Regulations and take action to address any deficiencies to ensure compliance.

Key Responsibilities:
Assist in the development and implementation of a programme of review of financial practice and procedures in accordance with the Isle of Man Financial Regulations to ensure compliance.
Co-ordinating the changes required in Departmental and corporate finance processes and initiatives, liaising with external providers and other stakeholders as required.
Day to day responsibility for the progression of the Financial Regulation Compliance and projects.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 3 years' experience of working within a finance environment (public or private sector).
Track record of problem solving and innovation.
Experience of delivering services through effective working with a range of partners and stakeholders.
Experience of corporate governance.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time working pattern with flexi-time, part time hours will also be considered, excellent rate of pay- market competitive, Douglas based.

Job Purpose:
Experienced Senior/ Administrator, Risk & Compliance sought to join the team of an established Trust & Corporate Service Provider. The role requires assisting the Head of Risk and Compliance with broad risk management and compliance responsibilities for the business, including the monitoring of business risk and preparation of reports.

Key Responsibilities:
Review CDD and new business packs and ongoing proactive monitoring of client matters
Assisting with the completion of FSA and GSC reporting, including the submission of the Annual Compliance Return.
Assisting with coordination of the Internal Audit programme.
Periodic review of policies and procedures and advising the business on regulatory updates.

Skills & Experience:
Previous experience within a risk/compliance function, ideally having fiduciary experience
Exposure and understanding of AEOI reporting requirements.
Attained or studying for an industry recognised qualification.

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm (reduced or flexibility in hours may be considered), competitive salary in line with experience and qualifications and plus benefits.

Job Purpose:
Data Protection Specialist required to join an international life company, in a permanent capacity on the Isle of Man as their Data Guardian Specialist. Primary responsibility will be promoting a strong and positive culture across the business that values individuals' privacy and ensuring data protection principles are embedded into business as usual processes.

Key Responsibilities:
Ambassador for data protection excellence, working in collaboration with the Data Protection Officer (DPO) to deliver the data protection strategy.
First line focal point for data protection enquiries and incidents, providing advice on information sharing and confidentiality issues.
Management, assessment and overall responsibility for providing the response to data subject access requests.
Maintain up to date knowledge of data protection legislation and regulation and identify any data related change that may affect the business.
Monitor risk exposure versus risk appetite and provide confidence that there are thorough safeguards in place to protect personal data.

Skills & Experience:
Significant experience in a similar privacy/data protection position.
Hold or working towards a relevant qualification in data protection, risk or compliance
Knowledge of privacy standards within Financial Services.
Experience of working with senior stakeholders.

Hours & Benefits:
Market rate salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Senior Compliance & Risk professional required to join an expanding gaming group as their Director - Compliance & Risk. This is a senior leadership position and as such requires current online gaming industry experience combined with holding a senior leader role across compliance and risk. Primary responsibility is to manage the risk and compliance functions across the group, ensuring all locations stay in line with internal policies, external regulatory requirements and industry standards.

Key Responsibilities:
Leadership of the Compliance and Risk team which includes responsible gaming function.
Establishing and maintaining good working relationships with the regulators and other authorities.
Advise the Company on an on-going basis of the impact of UK Gambling Commission, Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission and Jersey Gambling Commission regulations and the required action.
Advise the Company on an on-going basis of the impact of AML and CFT regulation.
Project-lead, as required, and manage regulatory audits/compliance reviews.
Review of company documentation (web-sites, emails, landing pages, texts).
Mentor and Support the Compliance Manager to ensure company policies and procedures are in place and that they are reviewed, updated.
Advise the Company on an on-going basis of the impact of the data protection regulation and the required action.
Assist in drafting and reviewing of contracts.
Assist in preparing for monthly board meetings.
Work with the Compliance manager to support the setting of regulatory training strategy.
Mentor the Compliance team.
Ensure that the highest standards of operational regulatory compliance is achieved and maintained.
Represent the Compliance department as required, on projects providing regulatory advice and guidance.

Skills & Experience:
Significant experience in a senior leadership compliance & risk role within online gaming.
A working knowledge of the Gambling Supervision Commission and Gambling Commission regulations and/or license conditions and code of practice. Knowledge of Jersey Gambling Commission regulations would be advantageous.
A working knowledge of the AML/CFT regulations, data protection regulations, advertising regulations including the Advertising Codes of the CAP.
Experience of B2B and White Labels.

Hours & Benefits:
Highly competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
Head of Legal required to join a Wealth Management business as their Group Legal Counsel, reporting into the MD and primarily responsible for the creation and management of a robust legal framework.

Key Responsibilities:
Commercial negotiations with our customers and suppliers.
Drafting of new, and review of existing agreements as required.
Implementation and management of 3rd party platform agreements.
Assisting in the creation of new products and enhancing of existing products.
Maintaining a strong relationship with regulatory authorities and assisting the Group in implementing the changing regulatory policies.
Work with Compliance on projects as required.
Ensuring the boards of directors of the Group regulated entities are complying with their Articles of Association.
Overall responsibility for the smooth operation of all Group legal business.
Creation of a legal budget in conjunction with the finance team.
Providing guidance to Group management on any legal or regulatory issues and instructing external counsel on issues where appropriate.
Preparation of Board papers on ad-hoc issues.
Act as the Group Data Protection Officer (until a suitable replacement is found).
Act as Company Secretary to all Group Companies.

Skills & Experience:
Qualified Advocate with significant post qualified experience operating in a similar In-House Legal position.
Solid understanding of insurance and investments products.
Excellent inter-personal and communication skills.
Ability to translate and explain legal issues and their implications in a clear and concise manner.
Strong organisational skills.
Beneficial to have experience of undertaking a Company Secretary role.
Previous experience of people management.

Hours & Benefits:
Market rate salary and benefits package.

Job Purpose:
Compliance Officer required to join an international Life organisation to assist the Compliance Manager in the analysis of local and international regulatory developments ensuring that useful and informative analyses are delivered to business colleagues on a timely basis.

Key Responsibilities:
Input into the continued development and implementation of corporate strategies and policies, as they relate to the organisational agenda generally and specifically in relation to: -Risk management and internal control, Continuous compliance with obligations and quality assurance of performance, Corporate governance and probity , Policy framework and Assurance testing.
Actively contribute to the day-to-day activities of the Compliance Team, in line with the overarching objectives of the GRC Department.
Assist and maintain an effective and fit for purpose compliance framework, which guides and defines organisational behaviours, provides a clear context for business decision-making and positively influences the performance of functional and operational activities across the Group.
Provide active support to the Compliance Manager to ensure that the Life Companies of the Group and their service providers and employees remain cognisant of and compliant with their respective regulatory obligations and proactively maintain adequate, effective and auditable policies, procedures, reporting mechanisms and training materials.
Assist and deliver a customer centric compliance programme, with the support of the wider Compliance Team, which together with business colleagues, helps to ensure positive customer outcomes by analysing processes, behaviours and procedures and proposing and implementing effective change.
Observe and be a champion for the stated core values of the Group in respect of both performance and behaviours.
Participate in new business projects and strategy.

Skills & Experience:
A highly competent and appropriately qualified professional (or currently studying) with a minimum of 3 years' experience in a compliance role preferably within the Life Assurance sector.
Good knowledge and understanding of the legal and regulatory frameworks governing the Group and its subsidiary companies with the ability to understand, assess and effectively communicate the impact of changes and developments in the local and international environment.
Excellent working knowledge and understanding of the regulatory regimes applicable to the Group.
Good working knowledge and understanding of risk management, internal control and corporate governance principles and practices.
Keen to develop and exploit effective working relationships and advocates the work of the GRC Department to other business areas.
Communicates effectively - both orally and in writing to a wide range of audiences.
Ability to manage own workload and performance effectively in a busy and challenging environment.

Hours & Benefits:
Salary Negotiable
Full Time permanent hours 37.5 hours/week.

Job Purpose:
Compliance Monitoring Executive required to join a private wealth organisation to assist with ensuring compliance within the regulatory environment, by performing a range of Compliance related tasks, to support the Compliance function and ensure client service excellence is delivered to internal and external clients following the policies and objectives of the bank.

Key Responsibilities:
Responsible for the delivery of second line of defence risk-based monitoring against both the short and long term compliance plans.
Conduct regular and structured compliance monitoring of specified review areas and identify reportable issues.
Appraise adequacy of internal controls and systems.
Preparing reports and present findings to management and key stakeholders.
Maintain internal control systems by updating monitoring frameworks.
The review and assessment of processes to remove or mitigate areas of risk to the Bank with regard to Anti-Money Laundering, Countering Terrorist Financing, Bribery & Corruption , Fraud and Bank Operations.
Review of existing processes and documentation to ensure that meets all applicable legal, regulatory, procedural and process requirements.
Transaction Analysis, by review of financials, to ensure AML procedures have been effectively carried out or set remediation points where relevant.
Identification of mutually beneficial or commercially viable opportunities to further bring to the client relationship.
Use of 3rd party software to check against Sanctions or Persons who are the subject of a warning issued by a competent authority.
Make capable and effective decisions and escalate problems within reporting lines.
Apply sound business judgment to identify and escalate any unusual or suspicious activities to senior management or the relevant MLRO as required.
Assist and guide business colleagues in application of AML / CFT / CDD/regulatory requirements.
Communicate with Relationship Managers, Intermediaries and any other relevant internal/external parties.
Produce and manage communication requests where necessary.
Undertake other administration tasks and provide cover as required where training has been received.
Assist in ad hoc operational project work as assigned, to support and promote future business development

Skills & Experience:
At least 4 years' experience in a similar role within financial services environment.
Experience in Compliance requirements, including but not limited to, CDD / EDD for high net worth individuals and more complex financial structures such as trusts, corporate and foundations across multiple jurisdictions worldwide including emerging markets.
Experienced in risk classification processes and in identifying and handling risk related information and documentation.
A minimum of 2 years relevant monitoring experience preferred.
A professional qualification such as MICA or similar would be an advantage, but suitable candidates may be qualified through relevant or similar industry experience.

Hours & Benefits:
Full Time hours.
Market rate salary.

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